Welcome to the Science Department
“A high-quality science education provides the foundations for understanding the world through the specific disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics. Science has changed our lives and is vital to the world’s future prosperity, and all pupils should be taught essential aspects of the knowledge, methods, processes and uses of science.” (National Curriculum, England)


Our vision

Through inspirational teaching, we will nurture our student’s curiosities, aiming to empower, educate and encourage a love of science.

In Science at Stretford High school, students will be SMART: Supported, Mindful, Ambitious, Resilient and Talented.

Meet the Science Department
The Department team consists of 18 members of staff. These are:

Mr D MoloneyAssistant Headteacher / Head of Science
Mr A MundyProgress Lead – KS4
Mrs L ClaytonProgress Lead – KS3
Mr A HamzaSTEM Coordinator / Teacher of Science
Miss A SheldonTeacher of Science
Miss C SaundersTeacher of Science
Ms K DouglasTeacher of Science
Ms U AsimTeacher of Science
Ms K BrookTeacher of Science
Mr J KatzenTeacher of Science
Mr A KhandiaTeacher of Science
Mrs P BaileyTeacher of PE / Science
Mr M RichardsonTeacher of PE / Science
Mrs J PrestonTeaching Assistant
Miss B HughesTeaching Assistant
Mr O LeahairScience Technician
Miss R WilliamsonScience Technician


Curriculum Design

A spiral design for understanding

It’s easier for students to develop an understanding of a big idea by multiple interactions with the concepts within the idea. By connecting smaller ideas to more abstract ideas, students will be better prepared to apply these concepts when approaching an unfamiliar topic.


Exam board: AQA If your child is studying combined Science, they are completing AQA Trilogy. If they are studying Triple Science, they are completing AQA Biology, AQA Chemistry and AQA Physics.

Useful links

The AQA combined science specification can be found at:

The AQA Triple Science (Biology, Chemistry & Physics) specifications can be found at:

BBC Bitesize:

Videos to support AQA GCSE Science:

Educake (online questions / learning platform)

Seneca learning (online learning platform)

Students in Y10 & Y11 have been emailed folders containing past papers / past paper questions.